My bridesmaids are starting to get their orders in from Azazie and they love them! Plus they have an option where you can create an online "showroom" where all your girls order dresses within 24 hours of one another and they're all created from the same fabric dye lot color.
Azazie is who I am using for my bridesmaids dresses and so far everything is going perfect!
My bridesmaids used Azazie, completely recommend it! It was awesome because for a small charge you can order dresses to try on, it might not be the color though. A few of my bridesmaids used that feature to see which style they liked best and try different sizes. I also ordered the color swatches, which was super helpful as well! Also very well priced..each of my bridesmaids had a different budget for a dress and they each were able to find a beautiful dress in the color I picked.
My bridesmaids ultimately got their dresses from Azazie due to the larger selection of dresses, but I also had a great experience with Brideside! You're able to work with a consultant who can help recommend colors, styles and designers based on the budget you're working with a create a showroom with picks based on the preferences of you and your party. They also will work directly with your girls to make sure the dresses are ordered on time.
I used DHgate for BMs dresses. They were just as pictured, and fit them perfectly. I selected an illusion bodice style, with a flowy bottom with split and asked to add pockets. Good customer service. Very happy with the outcome.
We used Revelry (shoprevelry.com), and the dresses just started coming in - they're gorgeous! They offer a $10 sample for at-home try on, which several of my bridesmaids took advantage of to decide on sizing. My bridesmaids are pretty spread out, but if you have several local ones, you could have a try-on party to maximize the sample. They also sell the fabric by the yard for making accessories, matching flower girl dress, decorations, etc. I bought some to possibly use for my bouquet wrap or ribbon on the cake.